CLPS Tracks

The CLPS offers three tracks to meet the variety leadership and skill building needed by state agencies. Each track has its own core studies geared toward the development of competencies for level of professional development desired. The three tracks include:

CORE TRACK ONE—EMERGING: Successful graduates complete 70 contact hours for this program.

Eligible Applicants: Available to all state fish and wildlife agency employees

MAT Online Courses

  • Adaptive Leadership I (6 wk, 18 contact hours)
  • Your Leadership Style (4 wk, 12 contact hours)
  • Power (4 wk, 12 contact hours)

MAT Webinars

  • Creative and Critical Thinking (2 hr, 2 contact hours)
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making (2 hr, 2 contact hours)

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CORE TRACK TWO –OPERATIONAL: Successful graduates complete 85 contact hours for this program, and complete the essay requirement.

Eligible Applicants: Completion of Track One (Emerging) Courses or in a Supervisory Position  

MAT Online Courses

  • Adaptive Leader I (18 contact hours)
  • Emotional Intelligence (12 contact hours)
  • What Great Managers Know (12 contact hours)
  • Conflict (12 contact hours)
  • A five page written essay concerning management or supervision issue and how you would approach solving it. (15 contact hours)

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CORE TRACK THREE—STRATEGIC: Successful graduates complete 100 contact hours for this program, and complete the project requirement.

Eligible Applicants: Completion of Track Two (Operational) Courses or in a Supervisory Position or Provides Letter of Recommendation from Mid-Level Leader.    

MAT Online Courses

  • Adaptive Leader I (18 contact hours)
  • Adaptive Leader II (18 contact hours)
  • Emotional Intelligence (12 contact hours)
  • Disorder 2 Order: Leading in Chaos (12 contact hours)
  • Secrets of Agency Assessment & Development (12 contact hours)
  • Final project with AFWA Mentor (25 contact hours)

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FINAL PROJECT

The final project consists of a 1 page written proposal, two months of independent implementation, 250 word abstract, 3-5 page written report, and a 2-4 minute oral presentation.

 

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Contact Bettina Fiery with questions about CLPS Tracks, or to learn more about the CLPS program.